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Nicole is an Australian Accredited Practicing Dietitian. She completed her Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics at Deakin University in 1998.
Nicole has worked in the public setting and has spent the last 9 years of her dietetic career in private practice. Nicole has significant experience in one-on-one counselling and specialises in weight loss, and the management of people suffering with a metabolic syndrome, hyperinsulinaemia and syndrome X.
Nicole has a strong interest in weight management, and assisting people to make permanent behavioural changes that are life long. She enjoys motivating and empowering individuals to achieve optimal health and weight outcomes.
Nicole maintains her Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) status by taking part in the annual DAA professional development program.
Nicole Moore consults at Oaklands Park and Elizabeth.
Sandy Juers has always been interested in diet and nutrition, following her long term involvement in individual and team sport, on a local, state and national level. After completing a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics, her passion for all things food related was realised and put to good use.
Sandy specialises in providing individual health advice for a range of conditions, including weight loss, diabetes, high cholesterol and blood pressure, heart disease and malnutrition.
She believes that weight loss programs should be viewed as healthy maintainable changes of lifestyle, rather than restrictive and depriving diets, as the latter are generally doomed to fail. She prides herself in her ability to motivate her clients assisting them to achieve their goals.
Sandy specialises in individual one on one consulting and conducts the Menuconcepts, bulk billed, Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Management Groups. Across Adelaide.
Brittany completed a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University in 2009. As a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) and a member of the South Australian DAA Executive Committee, she is committed to the development of the dietetic profession and to her own professional development. Brittany is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD).
Throughout her university degree Brittany had the opportunity to work as a dietitian within a variety of settings, including schools, country and metropolitan hospitals and community heath services. These diverse experiences developed her strong interest in working with individuals and groups to promote healthy lifestyles, overcome the many barriers to health and ultimately achieve change.
She has interests in weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and general nutrition.
Samantha is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, graduating with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University in 2008. She is experienced in providing one on one consulting and enjoys the challenge of communicating scientific principals into practical advice, to enable and enhance long-term health behavior change. She specialises in weight management, irritable bowel and FODMAP diets, diabetes, and the prevention of long term chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Lee Johnson is a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia and is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with extensive experience in private practice. She has a strong background in weight loss, diabetes and cardiovascular health, with well developed skills in nutrition counselling. Lee’s practice centres on behaviour modification and empowering clients to commit to a healthier lifestyle once and for all. She has a passion for assisting people to achieve their dietary goals and prides herself in her ability to motivate others.
Lee also sees clients for the nutritional management of PCOS, Syndrome X/Metabolic Syndrome gastrointestinal disorders, eating disorders and weight gain.
Lee has a special interest in food chemical sensitivity and food intolerance, irritable bowel symptom and fructose malabsorption, and enjoys helping people identify trigger foods and establish suitable diets for people who previously were too scared to eat anything.
Lee successfully developed and managed Menuconcepts Pty Ltd Diabetes and Weight Management Groups in Adelaide, South Australia, in 2009. Lee is currently Menuconcept’s Pty Ltd Queensland senior dietitian and team leader, and is involved with running and managing Menuconcepts Pty Ltd new Queensland clinics in Oakley, Springfield, Forrest Lakes and Southport.
Katie Dowling - Having a lifelong passion for health and nutrition Katie completed her Bachelor of health Science and her Master of Nutrition and Dietetics at Griffith University. Katie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and attends professional development events to keep her knowledge professional updated. She has experience with a wide range of clinical cases in hospitals community and private practice. Her areas of interest include weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular health, allergy and intolerance, sports nutrition, gastrointestinal disorders, and paediatric nutrition. She has also studied nutrition at the Australian Institute of Sport and has had experience with both sporting teams and individual athletes.
Working in private practice enables her to practice according to her values of promoting sustainable, health change through individualised dietary solutions. She has assisted many patients to achieve improvements in health and enjoys seeing her clients reach their nutritional goals.
Julie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a strong interest in Diabetes Education. In addition to Diabetes Management, Julie has considerable experience in nutrition counselling in weight management, cardiovascular health, gastrointestinal disorders and general and paediatric nutrition. She has many years experience in private practice delivering one on one counselling, focussing on behaviour change to achieve life-long success. Julie also has delivered group education programmes to people in cardiovascular rehabilitation, those living with diabetes and to general practitioners. Julie is passionate about food and nutrition, and about encouraging others to better health through better nutrition. She is committed to keeping her skills up to date through participation in professional development programmes through the Dietitians Association of Australia and Australian Diabetes Educators Association.
Brittany is an accredited practising dietitian and a qualified optometrist. She completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) (Hons) in 2011 and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Optometry) in 2007 at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
She has experience in a variety of settings; research, private practice, university tutor, clinical and community nutrition. Brittany has a strong interest in advocating for healthy behaviours that enable her clients to eat food that is delicious, nutritious and that satisfies body and mind. She enjoys working with clients to create culturally-specific individualised meal plans that meet client goals.
She has interests in weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, irritable bowel syndrome, sports nutrition and general healthy eating for good health.
Emma Keane is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who has a strong passion for health and nutrition. She has completed a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Emma prides herself in being involved in continuous professional development to update her knowledge. She has experience with a range of clinical areas in hospitals, community care, and public health, and prides herself in her ability to be able to deliver individualised, quality dietetic services.
Emma’s areas of interest include weight management, cardiovascular health, diabetes and gastrointestinal disorders. She has a passion for relating to, and motivating others to achieve their health goals, and assisting with long-term behavioural change for improved quality of life for her clients.
Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) Canberra
Bachelor Applied Science Nutrition Masters Nutrition & Dietetics
Tiffany is part of the health professional team at Ginninderra Medical & Dental Centre and Phillip Medical & Dental Centre and provides nutrition and dietetic services to clients to help them reach their health related goals.
Tiffany empowers individuals to develop practical strategies to implement into their every day lives to improve their health in the long term. Her aim is to work towards achievable goals through an increase in nutrition knowledge, skills and self confidence.
Tiffany has many years of experience working in the field of nutrition in the ACT region, and has been working as an Accredited Dietitian for the past five years in both clinical and the health promotion settings. She has worked in a diverse range of environments including The Canberra Hospital, Queanbeyan Health Service and local Not-For-Profit/community organisations. She also is currently employed by the Department of Defence as Dietitian to all military personnel in the ACT region through Duntroon Health Centre.
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